At North Law, we are strong believers in personal accountability, professionalism and teamwork. This is what binds us together and produces highly successful and cost effective outcomes. North Law looks for and promotes these attributes in all our staff.
You will find the people at North Law come from all different backgrounds, but we share the following important characteristics: Intelligence – Determination – Drive – Insightfulness – Humility – Passion and Empathy.
At North Law, we believe these are an excellent combination that helps us to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients.
Greg was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court in 1996 following two years of articles of clerkship. Greg worked in medium-sized law firms and in 2004 Greg established North Law. He has extensive experience in most facets of law and has a particular interest in Disputes and Litigation. Greg also holds the degree of Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland. He is a member of the Queensland Law Society, the North Brisbane Law Association and is admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia. Outside of work, Greg is a keen angler, is a recreational boating enthusiast and has an interest in all sports.
Bonita graduated from University with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours and a Bachelor of Behavioural Science. Since being admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2005, Bonita has gained experience in various areas of law. She has also assisted a diverse range of clients and built professional relationships based on trust and rapport. Bonita now practises predominantly in the areas of property law and estate planning and administration. She is also a member of the Queensland Law Society, North Brisbane Law Association and is admitted to practise in the High Court of Australia. Bonita is a committed family person and enjoys spending her spare time with her husband and four young children. She enjoys exploring the great outdoors, camping and caring for the family pets.
Tamara started working in the legal profession in 2008 in a support role and developed a keen interest in family law. This led to Tamara pursuing tertiary studies and subsequently completing a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Psychological Science. Tamara was then involved with a child protection charity and her role entailed implementing a research project and writing various reports regarding the intersection of family law and child protection processes, which were provided to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and to Parliament. Tamara then completed a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from QUT and was admitted as a Solicitor in February 2016. Tamara has quickly gained further significant experience in the various aspects of family law. Tamara is a member of the Queensland Law Society and the North Brisbane Law Association, along with various family law fraternities. Outside of the law, Tamara’s interests include coaching and judging Acrobatic Gymnastics and Tamara will be taking a team to the World Gymnaestrada in 2019.